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Old 08-12-2013, 03:13 AM   #1
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Curious what others are filtering to get the best results with VE Analyze live.

I've got some idle cells locked, should I block out the bottom row as well? VE Analyze in MLV really messed with my bottom row (way rich)

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Old 08-12-2013, 08:49 AM   #2
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I pretty much just do nothing under 1200 and nothing under 35kPa.
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1500 and 30kpa
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I even let it do idle. Works fine for me.
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I even let it do idle. Works fine for me.
I did this when I first started and it gave me a oscillating idle. Ended up trashing the whole tune and starting from scratch again.
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I use a custom filter for "mat > 110" to avoid tuning any heat soak while stuck in traffic.
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why would you be autotuning in traffic?
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why would you be autotuning in traffic?
Somtimes you turn it on and start driving, and don't know what type of situations you will run into. Its better to just setup a filter, than to start playing around with the laptop while driving to manually turn autotune off.
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